Being a Neighborhood Health Center Patient Means We Take Care of the Whole You
Community Health at Neighborhood Health Center is a subsection of our public health initiatives to help our patients and community members navigate the (sometimes complex) healthcare system and address specific social determinants of health. Our on-site Community Health Workers are available to connect you with supportive services that include, but are not limited to:
Care & Case Management
Local Food Pantries
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Additionally, each year, our Community Health Workers coordinate Neighborhood Health Center’s holiday giving initiatives for Thanksgiving and Christmas, as well as annual celebrations for National Health Center Week which is dedicated in honor of the community health center movement across America.
Neighborhood Health Center celebrates National Health Center Week each year in mid-August with health fairs, open houses, giveaways and educational opportunities that bring awareness to the mission of community health centers and their importance to the healthcare landscape.
For the Health Center's holiday giving initiatives, our Community Health Workers organize nomination and donation drives to provide assistance to individuals and families in the community who are in need of an extra ounce of holiday cheer. Community Health Workers and Neighborhood Health Center staff prepare bags of food, gifts, turkey vouchers and gift cards.
To learn more about how you can become a Neighborhood Health Center patient or meet with a member of our Community Health team, call (716) 875-2904.
For Established Neighborhood Health Center Patients
Make an appointment with our Community Health team at (716) 875-2904 ext. 2956.
Support Our Initiatives
Click the button below to support Neighborhood Health Center's National Health Center Week and/or holiday giving initiatives!